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oleate

 [o´le-āt]
1. a salt or ester of oleic acid.
2. a solution of an alkaloid or other basic drug in oleic acid.

o·le·ate

(ō'lē-āt),
1. A salt of oleic acid.
2. A pharmacopeial preparation consisting of a combination or solution of an alkaloid or metallic base in oleic acid, used as an inunction.

o·le·ate

(ō'lē-āt)
1. A salt of oleic acid.
2. A pharmacopeial preparation consisting of a combination or solution of an alkaloid or metallic base in oleic acid, used as an inunction.

o·le·ate

(ō'lē-āt)
1. A salt of oleic acid.
2. A pharmacopeial preparation consisting of a combination or solution of an alkaloid or metallic base in oleic acid, used as an inunction.
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With n-butyl oleate synthesis as the probe reaction, the catalytic performance of the modified micro-mesoporous materials was evaluated.
(a) Human macrophages differentiated by 7-day culture were incubated at 37[degrees]C in 5% C[O.sub.2] for 18 hours in RPMI 1640 medium containing 10% HS with 10 [micro]g/mL ox-LDL and 0.1mmol/L [[sup.3]H] oleate in the presence/absence of 10nmol/L teneligliptin ex vivo.
The difference from our study can be explained as Matsumoto et al.6 used monoethanolamine oleate as sclerosing agent and we used sodium tetradecyl sulfate.
According to Figure 1, the contact angle continuously enlarged with the increase of modifier dosage after Ti[O.sub.2] is modified with sodium stearate and sodium oleate. The angles are 125.6[degrees] (modified with sodium stearate) and 121.3[degrees] (modified with sodium oleate), larger than 90[degrees], critical between hydrophile and hydrophobicity, when modifier dosage is 1.5%.
As indicated in each figure, dose- and time-dependent responses of palmitate and oleate were tested from 0.1 to 1 mM, respectively.
The core size and shape of nanoparticles were measured by transmission electron microscopy, where a drop of toluene, in the case of the oleate precursor, or water, in the case of the nanoparticles, was placed on a carbon coated copper grid, allowing all the solvent to evaporate at room temperature.
Commercially available) mass fraction were 1%, 2%, 3%, with a solvent filled to 100% methyl oleate, effects of different types and amount of stabilizer on the decomposition ratio of active ingredient dispersed oil suspension agent, the results (Table 4) showed that the MF-33 content is 2%, the decomposition rate reached 5% dispersed oil suspension of the effective component of mesotrione, therefore, the selection of stabilizers for MF-33.
The proposed (9, 10) meconium 7 FAEE summation (excluding ethyl laurate and myristate) cutoff [greater than or equal to] 2 nmol/g identified 25 (23.4%) infants, whereas the 4 FAEE summation (ethyl myristate, palmitate, oleate, and stearate), currently used in hair testing (31), identified 37 (34.6%).
Substrates oxygen equivalents were calculated on the bases of the predicted ATP yields generated by the complete oxidation of each glucose, lactate, [beta]-OH-butyrate, and oleate molecule taken up by the myocardial tissue (36, 12, 24, and 131 per mole, resp.) that was converted in oxygen according to the substrate specific ATP/[O.sub.2] ratio (oleate: 5.6 mol/mol; glucose, lactate, and [beta]-OH-butyrate: 6mol/mol) [21].
* Description: Dicaprylyl ether (and) decyl glucoside (and) glyceryl oleate
The sets of conditions were as follows: grind size from 60 to ~100% minus 200 mesh, pH of pulp from 8-11, pulp density from 20-40% solids, agita- tion of the pulp from 800-1200 rpm, sodium oleate 200-1000 g/t) as collector, sodium silicate (6001200 g/t) as depressant and polyglycol (20-60 g/t) as frother.